UFC 260 Live Results

Stipe Miocic is set to defend his heavyweight title against number one contender Francis Ngannou. Miocic defended his title against the Cameroonian a couple of years back. The champion looks to make history repeat itself in the evening’s main event.

Check out all the highlights and the results from tonight’s card below.

Francis Ngannou became the new heavyweight champion of the world. The Cameroon fighter beat Stipe Miocic with a devastating a second round knockout. Jon Jones is waiting in the wings for the next shot at the title and what a fight that would be, if it goes down.

Vicente Luque choked out Tyron Woodley in what was a wild fight in the welterweight division. Woodley lost his fourth fight in a row, and has not won a fight since losing his title to Kamaru Usman. The win for Luque will see him move up into the upper echelon of the 170-pound division.

The Suga show returned and Sean O’Malley got back into the win column in the featherweight division. O’Malley dominated Thomas Almeida and got the TKO win in round three.

Miranda Maverick snapped up the biggest win of her career in the flyweight division. The 23-year old went all the way to the scorecards and picked up a unanimous decision victory.

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Jamie Mullarkey got his first win under the UFC lights. The Australian stunned Khama Worthy with a beautiful left hook and went on to win by ground and pound in under one minute.

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Alonzo Menifield pick up a quick first round submission when he wrapped up a von-flue choke in his win over Fabio Cherant.

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Abubakar Nurmagomedov, cousin of Khabib, picked up his first UFC win when he beat Jared Gooden by unanimous decision.

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Michal Oleksiejczuk overcame Modestas Bukauskas with the help of the judges. The Polish light heavyweight moves to a record of 15-4 and picked up his first win in three fights.

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New Zealand’s Shane Young went the distance with Omar Morales in the 145-pound division. Morales got the nod on all three judges scorecards in what was a relatively easy win for the Venezuelan.

Marc-Andre Barriault and Abu Azaitar battled it out for almost three rounds in the middleweight division. Barriault won the fight by TKO at 4:56 of round three, the Canadian won his first fight under the UFC banner.

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Main Card (BT Sports/ESPN+, 8pm ET)

Heavyweight Title: Francis Ngannou def. Stipe Miocic via knockout (punch) at 0:52 of round two

Welterweight: Vicente Luque def. Tyron Woodley via submission (darce choke) at 3:56 of round two


Bantamweight: Sean O’Malley def. Thomas Almeida via knockout (punches) at 3:52 of round three

Women’s Flyweight: Miranda Maverick def. Gillian Robertson via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)


Lightweight: Jamie Mullarkey def. Khama Worthy by knockout (punches) at 0:46 of round one

Prelims Card (BT Sports/ESPN+, 5:30pm ET)


Light Heavyweight: Alonzo Menifield def. Fabio Cherant via submission (von-flue choke) at 1:11 of round one

Welterweight: Jared Gooden def. Abubakar Nurmagomedov via unanimous decision (30-27 x3)

Light Heavyweight: Michal Oleksiejczuk def. Modestas Bukauskas via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Featherweight: Omar Morales def. Shane Young via unanimous decision (30-27 x3)

Middleweight: M. Barriault def. Abu Azaitar via TKO (punches) at 4:56 of round three

Ian O'Neill is a Kilkenny man living in Canada. You can catch him on Twitter most of the time talking all things MMA. Follow me on Twitter and on Instagram @ioneillmma.